A BLACK comedy set in Paris is taking centre stage at Studio Theatre in Salisbury.

God of Carnage is by playwright Yasmina Reza who had huge success with her play Art.

The play is about a situation in which we could all find ourselves. What happens when someone else’s child attacks and injures our own offspring? Do we respond with civility and maturity? Are we understanding? Or are we furious? Could we become ridiculous and hilarious in our fury?

Directed by Jackie Pilkington and Ann Acton. The cast of four are well-known to Studio audiences - Pam Edmund, Keith Edmund, Sam Luckman and James Paterson.

Original theme music has been composed by Rupert Egerton-Smith.

It runs at the Ashley Road theatre from July 9-14 at 7.30pm. The play has no interval and ends at approximately 9pm.

Tickets from Salisbury Information Centre or ticketsource.co.uk/studiotheatresalisbury